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Eastern Wisconsin Excellence in Education Awards Program

Eastern Wisconsin Excellence in Education Awards Program

We are excited to announce that twenty-four school districts are partnering with Channel 5 to recognize exceptional school employees in a program called the “Eastern Wisconsin Excellence in Education" awards.  This program is similar to the “Golden Apple” and “Shining Stars” programs in Green Bay and the Fox Valley.

This program allows parents, students, community members, and staff to nominate deserving school employees in the following categories:  

·  Innovation in work (How has the employee demonstrated innovation in his/her work area?)

·  Culture creator in the work environment (How has the employee gone above and beyond in creating a positive school culture?)

·  Social/emotional well being (How has the employee impacted the social/emotional well being of students and/or the school environment?)

·  Community involvement (How has the employee positively impacted the community?)

·  Student connection (In what ways has the employee built positive relationships with students?) 


Nominations need to be submitted by February 5, 2024.  Following the submission deadline, a panel of judges will review each nomination to determine finalists.  These finalists will then be asked to elaborate on the work outlined in the nomination.  The judges will then select the award recipients in each of the five categories.

The awards show ceremony will be held on Saturday, May 18, 2024 at the Kiel Area School District Performing Arts Center.  The program will be live streamed on the Channel 5, WeAreGreenBay.com website.

The nomination form will also be available on the websites of all 24 school districts, as well as social media outlets and found within local newspapers.

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Oct262009

CHS Fruit Fundraiser

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First published on 25 October 2009 Posted in CHS News & Press Releases

The Chilton FFA, AFS and Vocational Arts Clubs will once again be conducting  a fruit sale.  We will be offering the same selections as last year.  Items can be purchased from Oct. 28th through Nov. 11th.  Fruit is estimated to arrive the second week of December.  To place an order please contact any FFA, AFS or Voc. Arts Club member OR you can contact Amy Thielman, Tim Meyer or Derrick Jaeger at Chilton High School.

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Oct212009

CHS Fall Athletic Awards Night Set for Tuesday, Nov. 3

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First published on 21 October 2009 Posted in CHS News & Press Releases

The Chilton High School Fall Athletic Awards Night will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 3 at 7:00 PM.  The awards ceremony will take place in the Engler Center for the Performing Arts.  Letter winners will be recognized for the following fall sports:  Boys and Girls Cross Country, Football, Football Cheerleading, Girls Swimming, Girls Tennis and Volleyball.

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Oct202009

Chilton FFA Hosts Donkey Basketball: Nov. 5th, 7:30pm

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First published on 20 October 2009 Posted in CHS News & Press Releases

Chilton FFA is hosting a Donkey Basketball Game on November 5th, 7:30 p.m. at the CHS large gym. Tickets are $6.00 in advance ($8.00 at the door) and may be purchased at Westend Creations, Schmidt Clothing and Just for You Flowers or by email (thielmana@chilton.k12.wi.us).

Games include (#1) Chilton Staff Members vs. Chilton High School Students and (#2) Kaytee vs. LDS.

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Oct212009

Football Play-Offs: All play versus Football Play-off Proposal

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First published on 20 October 2009 Posted in CHS Athletics

As schools request to move from conferences in order to gain entrance into the WIAA football play-off series because of enrollment mismatches and competition levels, the call for all-play in football play-offs has risen once again. In order to alleviate some of these concerns in football only, a proposal is in place to divide the state into seven divisions.   The divisions would consist of eight districts of eight schools. The largest 64 schools will play in division one with the next 64 schools in the following divisions. The remaining 44 would be assigned to division seven (or if the interest has risen, would play reduced-man football). Non-varsity games would be scheduled against traditional conference opponents.  Within the districts, schools will have week one to schedule non-district games with traditional rivals or other opponents.  District games will be played during weeks two through eight. Week nine will be the last game of the regular season and the first week of the play-offs for qualifying teams.

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Oct132009

Order CHS Yearbook Now

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First published on 13 October 2009 Posted in CHS News & Press Releases

It is time to order your 2010 Tiger Yearbook! Students have received orders forms. We have many new options to purchase along with your yearbook, and online ordering is available. Yearbooks can be ordered in the commons during lunch A, B, and C from Monday, Oct. 19thth to Wednesday, Oct. 28th.

Order forms are available in the library. To order online, go to www.jostensyearbooks.com (starting Oct. 19th) and in the school field type “Chilton High School”. Yearbooks can be ordered until January 25th, 2010, however the price increases on November 25th, 2009, so place your order as soon as possible. We feel the 2010 Tiger Yearbook will be one you’ll enjoy looking at for years to come!

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Oct092009

H1N1: Letter to School Parents

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First published on 09 October 2009 Posted in District News
The following attachment is an October 8, 2009 letter from Calumet County Health Department and Home Health Care/Hospice Agency to school parents regarding the H1N1 influenze pandemic.

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Sep032009

Chilton High School Adjusts Student Cell Phone Use Expectations

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First published on 03 September 2009 Posted in CHS News & Press Releases

Chilton High School Principal, Dr. Timothy J. Schaid, informed students on the first day of the2009/2010 school year that there has been a slight change to the expectations the school will have of students regarding cell phone usage. The change is that this year students will continue to be permitted to bring the cell phones to school; however, the phones must be off and stored in the student’s locker during classes. Students are permitted to use their cell phones before and after school, during passing periods, and during lunch. Cell phones are not permitted in the school library at any time of the day. This change was made after the 2009/2010 Parent/Student Handbooks were printed. Parents and students should make the applicable change in their handbook.

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